NES- G.I. Joe
GO JOE! Developed by Taxan and produced by Ed Boon, G.I. Joe for the NES is a pretty difficult game. Three characters each with their own unique abilities are playable in this NES game, with six stages to conquer. If you want to be A Real American Hero than you should find yourself a copy of G.I. Joe!
SNES-Captain America and the Avengers
Does it get more American than Captain America? Captain American and the Avengers for the SNES is a port of an arcade game sharing the same name. Unfortunately the SNES version isnâ€™t quite up to snuff compared to the original, and the Genesis version was widely considered to be the superior port.
N64- Cruisâ€™n USA
Cruisâ€™n USA may not be the most technical of racers, but it was a boatload of fun to play. The game is available on the virtual console, but unfortunately the gameplay doesnâ€™t quite hold up to todayâ€™s standards. If you pick it up I have one word of advice: choose the Jeep…just do it.
Freedom Fighters was a game from last generation that was widely overlooked. In a world of Halo and Call of Duty, Freedom Fighters wasnâ€™t able to gain much acclaim in the eyes of gamers. If you enjoy shooters, give this game a shot. It out-classes many of the generic space marine shooters that have been released this generation in my opinion.
Wii- Guitar Hero 5: Star Spangled Banner
Activision has killed the Guitar Hero franchise, but that shouldnâ€™t stop you from enjoying the national anthem track pack this independence day! Rhythm games have never been my cup of tea, but then again I have no rhythm.